Former England boss says the Three Lions should ‘give up’ if they do not win Euro 2016

first_imgFormer Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp told talkSPORT that England “ought to give up” if they do not win Euro 2016.The 67-year-old claimed the Three Lions will have their best opportunity to win a major tournament in France, due to all the emerging talent within the national setup.Redknapp told Drivetime: “England has got three or four young players emerging now in time for Euro 2016. Roy [Hodgson] will have a team that can really compete.“I would be disappointed if we don’t at least get to the semi-finals and then I could see us having a real go at winning it.“[Raheem] Sterling is a fantastic talent, [Daniel] Sturridge, [Harry] Kane, and [Ross]Barkley who is a fantastic player in my opinion, a real talent. He is a player I would like to see push on now.“We’re full of good full-backs. Kyle Walker has got fit now. The boy Nathanial Clyne has pace at full-back and I can see Danny Rose pushing into the squad.“There are some really talented players and Roy’s squad for the Euros is going to the best we’ve had for some time.“If we don’t win that we ought to give up because it’s the best opportunity we’re going to have. It’s a really good group at the moment.”last_img

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